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legally do here, but i do understand the principle. if the government is supporting your life, and it's like the leader said, it's for the barest essentials. playing the lottery is not a bare essential as opposed to food. >> you're going to pay $1? >> that's assuming they play a dollar. they could be paying 20 or 50. >> let them play the lottery. >> i don't know, i don't know. that's a tough one. >> i don't like that. i wonder what everyone thinks about that. >> we'll be back. >>> ♪ ♪ maybelline, why can't you be true ♪ >> sing it, willis, sing it. ♪ oh, maybelline, oh, baby >> he's into it, folks. back in chuck berry's time, catching your girl cheating was a matter of luck or just good intel. >> how times have changed. those flowery little e-mails, that tiny tweet, all lead to one word -- busted. as abc's nick watts tells us, technology has made cheating easier, but it's also some say 30% of dating site users are cheaters and facebook gets a bad wrap as marriage breakers, allowing us to rapidly reconnect with that high school sweet heart or meet a total stranger the minute ou
an increase in the government's borrowing limit today. republicans are giving up for their push to exchange spending cuts for an increase in debt. the extension is only for about three months, so a battle still looms between the president and congress over the debt limit. >> just remember, they got through that fiscal cliff deal, barely. but there's still several financial hurdles, and this is one of them, that lies ahead. but raising the debt limit is nothing new, because they've done it 76 times prior, congress has, including 11 times in the past 8 to 11 years. the nuance is they're not raising -- if they approve this, they're not raising the debt limit, they're saying we're not going to enforce the debt limit until may 18. that way the republicans can say we didn't vote for an increase. we're just voting to temporarily suspend enforcing the limit. so interesting politics in all of this. >> it has to be done, because the u.s. will default on all financial obligations. right now the debt limit is $16.4 trillion. >> exactly. and they expect to hit that late february or early march, we'll hi
and that sparked the whole thing. you would think there could be regulations governing it or just don't do it in a packed club. and there are reports that this club lost its license back in august of 2012. so you can imagine all the details about the club, the crowd, what was regulated, what wasn't. all that is going to spill out in the coming days. but those families and it's heartbreaking. it's beyond belief. >>> the nuclear threat posed by north korea is bringing about strong reaction. this morning, a spokesman says south korea will do whatever it takes to block north korea from conducting a nuclear test. even north korea's strongest ally, china, says it will cut food aid to north korea if it goes ahead with the test. japan launched two new spy satellites over the weekend to keep an eye on north korea. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton sat beside president obama as the two formal rivals were interviewed on "60 minutes." clinton brushed aside questions about her political ambitions in 2016. >> in politics in democracies, sometimes you win elections and lose elections. i worked very
, government agencies and stock markets are closed for this holiday. the president and first lady saying there's no better way to honor his legacy than to help out the less fortunate. so that's a great kind of theme for the day. >> absolutely. >>> the super bowl matchup is set. a family affair you could call the har-bowl, pitting jim harbaugh against his older brother, which i didn't know, john, head coach of the baltimore ravens. >> going to be a good one. in the nfc, the 49ers overcame a 17-0 deficit against the dirty birds of atlanta. they finally locked it up for good in the fourth quarter when quarterback colin kaepernick found frank gore who rushed into the end zone. final score, 28-24. quite a game. >> in the afc, baltimore ravens quarterback joe flacco threw three touchdowns in the second half. the final blow was when the ravens' carey williams picked off tom brady in the end zone. it was the patriot's first-ever playoff championship loss at home. the final score, 28-13, ravens. >> and the super bowl in new orleans. one of our favorite cities in two weeks. it's crazy. you have the brot
of the union address in february. february 12th. >> it's an ambitious agenda. speeches are easy. governance is hard. now the parties are done, let's get back to work and see what we can get done. reality, the president, any second term president has at most 18 months to get something done. after that, all eyes on 2016 and he becomes a lame duck. so miles to go. so fascinating day and high political theater. >>> to the middle east now, to that attack on an algerian gas refinery. leon panetta says it's proof that al qaeda is committed to creating terror. the attack killed three americans. seven were able to make it out safely. "the wall street journal" reports the terrorist were armed with weapons taken from libya. >>> and it is election day in israel and prime minister benjamin netanyahu appears headed for an easy re-election victory. the re-election virtually assures no progress on a peace agreement with palestinians because of fighting the opposition was not able to agree on a candidate to run against netanyahu. >>> it was 40 years ago today that the u.s. supreme court legalized abortion.
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